Tailored trousers with fine tennis stripes

-40%
138,00€230,00€
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Description

The timeless tennis stripe pattern makes these pants a must-have for any season. Made in a linen and cotton blend, it will complete your business outfits or even more casual outfits with a pair of white trainers.
•tennis stripes
• mid-rise waist
• made of linen and cotton mixed
• hidden zip in front
• straight cut
The model is 1m78 and wears a size 36

Composition
50%Linen 48% Cotton 2% Spandex
Care

Do not wash
Do not bleach
Do not tunderdry
Low temperature iron
Dry cleaning

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These equivalences correspond to the following items: Tops, Shirts, T-shirts, Tank Tops, Sweaters, Vests, Jackets & Coats.

Step 1 : Measurements

Take your measurements directly on the body while standing, legs tight. Use a soft meter and do not over-tighten it to your body.

1. Chest

Your meter should be horizontal by circling your chest at the strongest point. Do not take the measure by preventing yourself from breathing.

2. Waist

This is your abdominal ride. Your meter should be horizontal by circling your belly in the hollow of your waist (the thinnest part).

3. Pelvis

Your meter should be horizontal around your pelvis and buttocks at the widest point.

Step 2 : Refer to the correspondence table

These equivalences correspond to the following items: Tops, Shirts, T-shirts, Tank Tops, Sweaters, Vests, Jackets & Coats.

Step 1 : Measurements

Take your measurements directly on the body while standing, legs tight. Use a soft meter and do not over-tighten it to your body.

1. Chest

Your meter should be horizontal by circling your chest at the strongest point. Do not take the measure by preventing yourself from breathing.

2. Waist

This is your abdominal ride. Your meter should be horizontal by circling your belly in the hollow of your waist (the thinnest part).

3. Pelvis

Your meter should be horizontal around your pelvis and buttocks at the widest point.

Step 2 : Refer to the correspondence table